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Beethoven Symphony No 7 Leopold Stokowski 7 1/2 IPS Reel Tape London

Beethoven Symphony No 7 Leopold Stokowski 7 1/2 IPS Reel Tape London

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Get ready to embroil your senses in Beethoven's electrifying Symphony No. 7 in A Major, Opus 92, performed by the dynamic New Philharmonia Orchestra under the baton of the legendary Leopold Stokowski, now resurrected in the vintage vibes of reel-to-reel tape! Recorded during an era when classical music was breaking all the rules, this symphony is a rollercoaster of emotions, blending passion, power, and pure orchestral magic. Whether you're a seasoned aficionado of classical genius or just looking to add some serious swag to your playlist, this reel-to-reel tape is a must-have addition to your collection. So, dust off your vintage tape player, crank up the volume, and let Beethoven and the New Philharmonia Orchestra rock your world—it's classical brilliance with a twist of retro cool!


  • Name: Beethoven: Symphony No 7 in A Major, Opus 92 By The New Philharmonia Orchestra Conducted By Leopold Stokowski
  • Tape Speed: 4 Track, Stereo, 7 1/2 IPS 
  • Tape Type: 7" Plastic Reel
  • Tape # 1R1 6585
  • Track List:
    • First Movement: Poco Sostenuto-Vivace
    • Second Movement: Allegretto
    • Third Movement: Presto
    • Fourth Movement: Allegro Con Brio
    • Overture: Egmont, Op. 84

The tape shown in the pictures may not be the exact one you receive, especially if multiple copies exist for the listing.

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